Three Georgetown students join the fight to connect farms with surplus produce and food banks with food shortages.
Uwe Brandes, faculty director of Georgetown’s Urban and Regional Planning Program and the Georgetown Global Cities Initiative, answers questions about the health of cities in this unprecedented time.
The university praised the end of a new U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) directive that would have negatively affected its international students.
Dr. Xuefeng Liu and his research team are working to figure out how the coronavirus enters healthy cells and whether it’s possible to block that mechanism with antiviral drugs.
Luci Baines Johnson (NHS’69) and her husband Ian Turpin make a $1 million gift to the School of Nursing & Health Studies to support scholarships for graduate students interested in…
LGBTQ youth advocate Trevor O’Connor (C’20) believes fighting for civil rights in the time of COVID-19 is more important than ever, no matter how it is done.
Marvin Wiley (G’20) hopes to one day become a Foreign Service Officer or pursue a career in sustainable development.
A collaboration between Georgetown's law and medical schools, the Health Justice Alliance helps DC families with health and legal matters involving COVID-19 and other issues.
Georgetown professor and business impact scholar Leslie Crutchfield explores how businesses can address both societal and environmental needs during the time of COVID-19.
The university releases a second report detailing health disparities in DC's black community and making 18 recommendations for racial equity in the District of Columbia.